LIST OF INDIVIDUALS SUBJECT TO PARAGRAPHS 9 AND 11 OF RESOLUTION 1572 (2004) AND PARAGRAPH 4 OF RESOLUTION 1643 (2005)

Last update: 30 March 2011

 LAST NAME  FIRST NAME   ALIAS DATE OF BIRTH/PLACE OF BIRTH/NATIONALITY  PASSPORT/IDENTIFYING INFORMATION  DESIGNATION/JUSTIFICATION
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Charles Général; Génie de kpo; Gbapé Zadi 01.01.1972

Ivorian

Place of Birth: Guibéroua (Gagnoa) or Niagbrahio/ Guiberoua or Guiberoua

Address known in 2001: Yopougon Selmer, Bloc P 170; also at Hotel Ivoire

Address declared in travel document n. C2310421 issued by Switzerland on 15.11.05 and valid until 31.12.05: Abidjan, Cocody

P. : 04LE66241 République de Côte d’Ivoire
Issued on: 10.11.2005
Valid until: 09.11.2008PD.:

AE/088 DH 12 République de Côte d’Ivoire
Issued on: 20.12.2002
Valid until 11.12.05

P. : 98LC39292 République de Côte d’Ivoire
Issued on: 24.11.2000
Valid until: 23.11.2003

Leader of COJEP (“Young Patriots”), repeated public statements advocating violence against United Nations installations and personnel, and against foreigners; direction of and participation in acts of violence by street militias, including beatings, rapes and extrajudicial killings; intimidation of the United Nations, the International Working Group (IWG), the political opposition and independent press; sabotage of international radio stations; obstacle to the action of the IWG, the United Nations Operation in Côte d’Ivoire, (UNOCI), the French Forces and to the peace process as defined by resolution 1643 (2005) .
DJÉDJÉ Alcide 20.10.1956

Ivorian

Place of birth: Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire
  Close advisor to Mr. Gbagbo: participation in the illegitimate government of Mr. Gbagbo, obstruction of the peace and reconciliation process, public incitement to hatred and violence.
DJUÉ Eugène
N'goran
Kouadio
  01.01.1966 or 20.12.1969

Ivorian

P. : 04 LE 017521 issued on 10 February 2005 and valid until 10 February 2008 Leader of the Union des Patriotes pour la Libération Totale de la Côte d’Ivoire (UPLTCI). Repeated public statements advocating violence against United Nations installations and personnel, and against foreigners; direction of and participation in acts of violence by street militias, including beatings, rapes and extrajudicial killings; obstacle to the action of IWG, UNOCI, the French forces and to the peace process as defined by resolution 1643 (2005).
FOFIÉ Martin Kouakou   01.01.1968

Ivorian

Place of Birth: BOHI, Côte d’Ivoire

 

 

 

Burkina Faso Identity Card
Number: 2096927
Issued on: 17 March 2005
Burkina Faso Nationality Certificate: CNB N.076 (17 February 2003)
Father’s Name: Yao Koffi FOFIE
Mother’s Name: Ama Krouama KOSSONOU

Côte d’Ivoire Identity Card
Number: 970860100249
Issued on: 5 August 1997
Valid until: 5 August 2007

Chief Corporal New Force Commandant, Korhogo Sector. Forces under his command engaged in recruitment of child soldiers, abductions, imposition of forced labor, sexual abuse of women, arbitrary arrests and extra-judicial killings, contrary to human rights conventions and to international humanitarian law; obstacle to the action of the IWG , UNOCI, French Forces and to the peace process as defined by resolution 1643 (2005).
GBAGBO Laurent 31.05.1945

Ivorian

Place of birth: Gagnoa, Côte d’Ivoire

 

 

 

 

Former President of Côte d’Ivoire: obstruction of the peace and reconciliation process, rejection of the results of the presidential election.
GBAGBO Simone 20.06.1949

Ivorian

Place of birth: Moossou, Grand-Bassam, Côte d’Ivoire

 

 

 

 

Chairperson of the Parliamentary Group of the Ivorian Popular front (FPI): obstruction of the peace and reconciliation process, public incitement to hatred and violence.
N’GUESSAN Pascal Affi 01.01.1953

Ivorian

Place of birth: Bouadriko,
Côte d’Ivoire
Passport Number: PD - AE 09DD00013 Chairman of the Ivorian Popular front (FPI): obstruction of the peace and reconciliation process, incitement to hatred and violence.
TAGRO Désiré 27.01.1959

Ivorian

Place of birth: Issia, Côte d’Ivoire
Passport Number:
PD - AE 065FH08
Secretary-General of the so-called “presidency” of Mr. Gbagbo: participation in the illegitimate government of Mr. Gbagbo, obstruction of the peace and reconciliation process, rejection of the results of the presidential election, participation in violent repressions of popular movements.